Pulitzer Prize winner and author of four poetry collections will speak at the 2014 Knox College Commencement exercises on June 7, 2014.Full Story
The Gettysburg Address may be 150 years old, but the message still resonates today says notable Lincoln scholar and Knox professor emeritus Douglas Wilson.Full Story
In addition to discussing their research findings, Knox students spend time at University of California, Berkeley, and Stanford University, networking with graduate school recruiters and getting tips on preparing for graduate school.Full Story
Catherine Denial, Karen Kampwirth, and Rob Smith are recognized for their distinguished teaching, scholarship, and service to Knox.
Day-long series of workshops and presentations cover a wide range of subjects, including preparation for medical school, the Peace Corps Preparatory program, and international study.
Knox College student displays his entrepreneurial spirit by juggling academics with his own business, which provides party services to colleges and other clients.
History Professor Danielle Fatkin shares artifacts from her archaeological dig in Jordan and provides a lab environment for students to develop skills in analyzing ancient pottery.
Knox College is one of the top 40 "Great Schools at Great Prices" - the best colleges in the nation for academic quality and affordability - according newly released rankings from U.S. News & World Report.
More than a dozen Knox College students and recent graduates are working and volunteering at non-profits in Galesburg through the KnoxCorps Program, created by the College and the Galesburg Community Foundation.
The transformation of Alumni Hall has officially begun. View photos of construction, learn about the history of Alumni Hall, and see what is planned for the finished building at blog.knox.edu/alumnihall.
The research of Computer Science Professor John Dooley has culminated into a new book, "A Brief History of Cryptology and Cryptographic Algorithms," which is a study of the history of secret codes and ciphers -- and the systems to break those codes.
Competing against student newspapers from all over the country, The Knox Student captures fourth place in the News Story category and honorable mention in the Editorial/Opinion category.
The work of four Knox College writers, covering a variety of topics -- from Elvis Presley to gravity -- has been honored by The Best American Essays 2013, a collection that showcases the best writing of the year.
During a three-week trip, students become immersed in London's contemporary arts scene -- attending more than 50 events -- and examine its historical, social, and political contexts.
Collaborative effort by students and artist-in-residence Danielle Kimzey results in colorful addition to downtown Galesburg. Students call the large-scale project a unique artistic experience.
An audio slideshow of the 33rd annual Rootabaga Jazz Festival featuring Ben Williams' performance with The Knox Jazz Ensemble
Blessings in a Backpack brings together college students and members of a local church congregation, uniting them in a mission to feed schoolchildren who would otherwise go hungry on weekends.
Enrolled in the Arts in Context program, she is living in London, England, and Florence, Italy, while learning about Renaissance art and medieval literature and 'experiencing what the artists might have experienced.'
If you think silent films are silent, think again. They might not use dialogue, but they do have their own language, and Matt Pace '99 and Matt Frederick '99 are fluent.